Monthly Archives: May 2014

Val McDermid revisited

One of the luxuries I indulge in occasionally (or quite often, to be honest) is to reread favourite novels. This time I picked Val McDermid’s A Place of Execution. As my memory is completely unreliable, I often enjoy a mystery … Continue reading

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Thy’s Day # 68

Our sunsets here by the Danish Vesterhav – by some of you called the North Sea  – are fabulous. The camera overdoes it a bit but I hope you get the impression.

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JJ Marsh, Behind Closed Doors

As far as I remember, I got the e-book as part of a free promotion. When I realized this book was about some international conspiracy, a row of murders dressed up as suicides, I thought, ‘oh no, this is so … Continue reading

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Thy’s Day # 67

First, two photos which show you the view from the best writing corner in the world – our cottage by the North Sea. Now with crisp and delicious grill flowers 🙂 Second, my husband wanted to prove that though Thy … Continue reading

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Ding Dong Bell – vintage Britain

– because my new story is set in a cosy past which probably never really existed. – because the house on the cover is special as you will learn in this post. One of the first things I learnt when … Continue reading

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Mary Anne Evans, Artifacts

*** ARTIFACTS is the first Faye Longchamp mystery, published in 2011. As far as I remember, I got the Kindle book for free. The setting is an old plantation along the Florida coast, and the main character, Faye Longchamp, is … Continue reading

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Review policy

For my faithful readers: I plan to blog occasionally again – probably a couple of times a week. Two or three reviews per months, plus occasional photos from my part of the world and news about my own writings, for … Continue reading

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